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The Development of a Private Car
Directions： For this part you are allowed thirty minutes to write a position on the topic The Development of a Private Car. You should write no less than 150 words and base your position on the outline（given in Chinese） below：
With the increase in the general standard of living， some ordinary Chinese families begin to afford a car. Yet opinions of the development of a private car vary from person to person.
Some claim that there are many advantages in possessing a car. It gives a much greater degree of fort and mobility. The owner of a car is no longer forced to rely on public transport， and buses or taxies. With a car he can go where he likes and when he wants， so much so that he can enjoy his leisure to the full by making trips to the country or seaside on the weekends， instead of being confined to his immediate neighborhood.
However， others strongly object to developing private cars. They maintain that as more and more cars are produced and run in the street， a large volume of poisonous gas will be given off， polluting the atmosphere and causing actual harm to the health of people. In fact， private cars contribute to traffic congestion so greatly that advantages gained in fort and freedom are often cancelled out by the frustration caused by traffic jams.
Whether private cars should be developed in China is a difficult question to answer. Yet the desire for the fort and independence a private car can bring won’t be eliminated.
英语学习资料：My Views on Examinations 以下文字资料是由(中小学生网www.zxxsw.cn)小编为大家搜集整理后发布的内容，让我们赶快一起来看一下吧！
My Views on Examinations
Directions： For this part， you are allowed thirty minutes to write a position on the topic My Views on Examinations. You should write no less than 150 words and base your position on the outline （given in Chinese） below：
In most schools and colleges the examination is used as a chief means of deciding whether a student succeeds or fails in mastering a particular subject. Although it does the job quite efficiently， its side effects are also enormous.
The most undesirable effect is that examinations encourage bad study habits. As the examination score is the only criterion for his academic performance， a student is driven to memorize mechanically rather than to think creatively. Examinations do not motivate a student to seek more knowledge， but to restrict his reading； they do not enable him to study consistently throughout the semester， but to induce cramming during exam week. Examinations also lower the standards of teaching. Since teachers themselves are often judged by examination results， they are often judged by examination results， they are reduced to training their students in exam techniques. And no subjects can be taught successfully merely through being approached with intent to take examinations.
Actually， few of us admit that examinations can contribute anything really important to the students’ academic development. If that’s the case， why can’t we make a change and devise something more efficient and reliable than examinations？
Since school es into being， the test standard has been used to appraise performance of students. So far it is still being used， which may suggest that actually there are some advantages in it. However， it is also highly possible that the test standard is a not ideal way to find out what students have learned and what they haven’t. Most school is still using it just because there is no better method to replace it.
One of the most harmful effects on the test method is that it will force us to study just for passing tests， not for acquiring knowledge especially in China. Obviously the final object of education is making us intellective by learning more knowledge. While the test is only a way to examine the level of students’ studies， it has been deteriorated to a sifter deciding the fate of students. Why can it be called a terrible sifter？ Now in the tests， which decide who can enter a higher school， thousands of poor students， who want a splendid future， must prepare for the tests by finishing a great deal of practices. Those practice tests are heavy-laden to them. So in this case， how can they be expected to study to obtain knowledge？ To them that are enough if they can reach the level which tests need. In the end what our nation will get， genuine persons with ability or just test robots？
Secondly， tests will bring the examinees great pressure， which can affect their lives. A typical example of this is that most young students have worn glasses even though some of them are still children. For preparing for tests， they must spend a lot of time on doing their homework so that their eyesight bees worse and worse. And the more time they spend on those， the less time they have for playing and relaxing. Consequently， there is a bad influence on their health.
Thirdly， in fact， test system itself can not veraciously estimate who is better than others because there are many factors impacting the results of test. For instance， someone cheated in test so that his score would be higher than others. Or someone who was too nervous to perform well fell in the test.
Only in spare time and no pressure of tests existent， students can study simply for the fun， for obtaining knowledge and for the things that they are really interested in. But now the test system is the only way to select which one is better， who can reach better school and who can get good job. Then what we can do is to improve the test system or hope that something better will be invented and replace the test system.
英语学习资料：Should Euthanasia Be Legalized？ 以下文字资料是由(中小学生网www.zxxsw.cn)小编为大家搜集整理后发布的内容，让我们赶快一起来看一下吧！
Should Euthanasia Be Legalized？
Directions： For this part you are allowed thirty minutes to write a position on the topic Should Euthanasia Be Legalized？ You should write no less than 150 words and base your position on the outline （given in Chinese） below：
Euthanasia， a quiet and easy death， or “mercy killing” as we call it recently has made the headlines frequently. Many people applaud it and argue that euthanasia should be legalized.
As is pointed out， to practise euthanasia can benefit both the patient and his family. To a terminally ill person who is suffering excruciating pains day and night or living “like a vegetable”， to be allowed to end his life painlessly is a good release. To his family it is also a big relief considering the financial and emotional drain on them that having to sustain his life entails. However， the legalization of euthanasia may also bring with it problems our society has not previously faced. Is it humane， for example， that a terminally ill patient is thus caused to feel guilty for remaining alive because he does not want to die？ Is it wise that a patient is killed alive simply because of a mistaken terminal diagnosis？ And is it possible that euthanasia could be taken advantage of for some ulterior or even criminal purposes？
Since the legalization of euthanasia will raise serious moral and social issues， the decision our society makes about euthanasia will undoubtedly have tremendous consequences in society.